How Did the Pandemic Make Social Security Sicker?

While the financial future of Social Security has been shaky for awhile, now, the pandemic has accelerated the trend.

June 2019 Friday’s e-links: From the Jamestown Colony to Working Mothers and Commencement Speeches

Friday’s e-links: Because of a new podcast on the 1607 Jamestown settlement, I truly understood how poor leadership can be catastrophic.

How A Working Mother’s Time Use Has Changed

Working mothers have changed the amount of time they spend on the job, and also on household chores, caring for children, sleeping, and leisure.

Why Pregnancy Remains a Labor Force Issue

Whether looking at entrepreneurs who need venture capital funding, UPS drivers, or Walmart warehouse workers, we could see pregnancy discrimination.

Gender Isssues: Japan’s Daycare Dilemma

By Lilli DeBode, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and freshman at Columbia University In America, the thought of 4% GDP growth sounds miraculous. Imagine 14%. That is the amount of percentage points Japan could boost its GDP by if more…

Gender Issues: America’s Maternity Leave

By Lilli DeBode, guest blogger, senior at Kent Place School The United States is the only first world country in the world that does not mandate paid maternity leave. Not only is this embarrassing and disconcerting, but this also harms our nation’s…